The graduate community at Brown University, in association with the Faculty Committee on Science & Technology Studies, is proud to host MEPHISTOS 2005, an international conference on the history, philosophy, and sociology of science, technology and medicine.
MEPHISTOS 2005 will be held on March 5-6 in List 120 on Brown’s main campus, located in the heart of Providence’s historic East Side. This year’s program features papers and discussions on the following topics: media and their messages; faith in science; public health in modern America; judgment and values in 20th-century scientific thought; and science and the public. The conference program, paper abstracts, and local information are available at the web address provided below.
MEPHISTOS is free and open to the public; we ask that those who plan to attend the conference e-mail the Chair of the Organizing Committee at the following e-mail address.
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